The pork industry in Egypt is in crisis after the government's ruling to slaughter the 300,000 pigs in the country.
More than 100,000 people are directly linked to the sector.
The Morcos family has been in the pork business for nearly 80 years but now its two farms have closed.
Jul 13, 2009
It's retirement after an intense career: these former race horses in Maryland can relax in the grass thanks to an association that saves them from the slaughter house and finds them adopted homes with people looking for a very special kind of pet.
Every year, thousands of Western Europeans travel to Hungary seeking medical care. Baker Thierry Loy has made the journey all the way from his home town in the French Alps just to get his teeth crowned.
Forty years ago, Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon, realising one of the oldest dreams of humankind and allowing the United States to get ahead in the space race against the Soviet Union.
Archive images of the Apollo 11 mission.
The latest indoor ski slope to open in Britain is perhaps the most unusual.
It's built on the side of a real hill, has real grass on its roof and boasts 100 percent chemical-free snow on its 160 metre-long piste.